The FTC sent warning letters to two foreign companies that market wearable technology for children that collects geolocation data, warning them to review compliance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (“COPPA”). COPPA requires parental notice and consent before collecting, using or sharing personal information from a child under 13 years old. China-based Gator Group Co., Ltd., and Sweden-based Tinitell, Inc., both market watch-like devices specifically designed for children that are integrated with online services which collect realtime location data allowing parents to monitor and communicate with their children.